“I think he’s getting sensitive to the fact they’ve gone on a little bit too long.”
A rather bold play to put it charitably
Iran: We may stay in the deal even if US exits.
Meanwhile, a Plan B?
“Secretary Kerry stays in touch with his former counterparts around the world just like every previous Secretary of State.”
“How can I be confident?”
“… can’t win the General Election in your state.”
“Tehran vowed revenge after the T-4 army base in Syria was struck in an air raid on April 9…”
You know… as journalists
“Should the facts warrant impeachment, that case will be made more difficult politically…”
Also: “I would love to speak” with Mueller’s witch-hunting investigators.
Off the table.
“I think the president should not go anywhere near this [Mueller team].”
Kim to China: I’m serious about denuclearization.
Oh yeah. He totally paid the money we said he didn’t pay
“… betrayed our trust, our veterans and our president.”
Pompeo: “A bad deal is not an option.”
On the sea, on the land, in the air and… in a vacuum?
“…there has been an outreach effort to bring him here to the White House”
“Mueller is in Kenny Starr territory now.”
What was the alternative?
Formerly incredible, now simply credible I guess
Many paths to failure, but only a few to the Nobel.
“‘Any Hispanics in the room?’ he asked at one point…”
“The whole trick for Democrats is to avoid exciting Republicans.”
“So disgraceful that the questions concerning the Russian Witch Hunt were “leaked” to the media.”
“Stay in Calabasas, ya hear me?”
“It’s the economy, stupid. Did you ever hear that one?”
“If you didn’t want this to be a win for Trump, you gave him one in a big way.”
The tree killers
“Mr. Trump used his national and international audience of millions…to denigrate and attack Ms. Clifford.”
“The United States can vouch for the authenticity.”
Sticking around after all.
A bit soon, don’t you think?
And he’s probably right
Look who’s not laughing
This morning, Karen had a nice rundown of the allegations brought forth against Rear Admiral Ronny Jackson in a memo …
“I would rather have the popular vote because it’s, to me, it’s much easier to win the popular vote.”